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US deports former Nazi concentration camp guard to Germany

WASHINGTON_The last-known former Nazi camp guard living in the United States was deported to Germany, an action that the White House trumpeted Tuesday in an apparent effort to show its harsh immigration enforcement policies are not just aimed at migrants on the border.

The Justice Department said that Jakiw Palij, 95, was an armed guard at a Nazi death camp in Poland during World War II,

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